Saturday sees the last round of matches in the Sky Bet League Two campaign, with Sutton visiting Harrogate for a game U's must win to retain hopes of being involved in the play-offs. U's will be wearing all green.
Tickets for this game MUST be bought in advance, as there will be no tickets available for Sutton supporters to buy on the day at Harrogate. Prices are: Adults £16; Concessions (65 and over; full time students with ID; registered disabled) £13; Under 18 £5. Seat prices are £1 higher in all cases.
Tickets can be bought at the Club Shop between 10am and 12 noon Monday to Thursday this week. They can also be ordered by phone at the same hours, with the cut off being this Tuesday, 3rd May, at noon - tickets will be posted out and there is an additional £1.50 charge for this.
Access for all Sutton supporters is via the South Turnstiles in Wetherby Road. A detailed away fans guide for the ground can be found here
The Supporters' Coach leaves at 7am, fare £35 return.
or text 07989 261929 (please confirm your name) to reserve a seat. Please note that the drop off for supporters will be at the designated car park about a 15 minute walk from the ground. Further details are in the away fans' guide above. Update Tuesday 3 May: Coach is now full.
For independent travellers by car: Leave the A1(M) at junction 47 and take the A59 towards Knaresborough. At a roundabout in a couple of miles, ignore the A59 signs and instead take the A658 towards Bradford. At the second roundabout turn right on to the A661. Pass a Sainsburys on the left and the ground is on the right just before the hospital. There is no parking at the ground, but street parking is available around the ground although parking restrictions apply in some cases. You can park for £5 at the Cedar Court Hotel in Park Parade (HG1 5AH) - book your car in, and pay, at reception. Alternatively use town centre car parks and walk to the ground, about 15-20 minutes away.
By rail: There is a direct service to Harrogate from Kings Cross at 09.33, arriving 12.24, and a direct return at 17.36, arriving at King's Cross at 20.31. Otherwise there are a number of options from King's Cross, changing at either York or Leeds, with a total journey time about three hours. It's about a 20 minute walk to the ground, or the bus number 7 from the adjacent bus station offers reduced fares on production of a match ticket. If travelling from Leeds you can also use Hornbeam Park station, about a 25 minute walk from the ground.